# UNIT ONE

### What you really need to know.

### UNIT ONE TEST (A DAYS)

### Monday, Sep. 28th, 7:45am

### Mrs. Maurice's Classroom

### UNIT ONE TEST (B DAYS)

### Tuesday, Sep. 22nd, 7:45am

### Mrs. Maurice's Classroom

## You know there is a test for Unit One coming up. But do you know what is going to be on the test? Here are the "I can..." Statements for Unit One

I can explain the context of different parts of a formula.

I can determine real world context of variables in an expression.

I can identify the individual factors of a given term within an expression.

I can justify the steps used in solving an equation.

I can understand, apply, and explain the results of using inverse operations.

I can write equations in equivalent forms to solve problems.

I can analyze and solve literal equations for a variable.

I can understand and apply the properties of inequalities.

I can verify that a given number or variable is a solution to the equation or inequality.

I can extend the concepts used in solving numerical equations to rearrange formulas for a particular variable.

## Feeling a little uneasy about if YOU CAN do some of these? Take this Google Survey for some extra credit!

## Here are some great review videos!

## Those videos take care of the follow "I CAN" Statements...

I can determine real world context of variables in an expression.

I can justify the steps used in solving an equation.

I can understand, apply, and explain the results of using inverse operations.

I can write equations in equivalent forms to solve problems.

I can analyze and solve literal equations for a variable.

I can understand and apply the properties of inequalities.

I can verify that a given number or variable is a solution to the equation or inequality.

I can extend the concepts used in solving numerical equations to rearrange formulas for a particular variable.

## That's more than half of what you need to know!

## Now CAN YOU...

explain the context of different parts of a formula?

identify the individual factors of a given term within an expression?